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Your muslim president equates ISIS with Christianity February 5, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, paganism, scandals, secularism, sickness, Society.
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Well, he did say, the future would not belong to those who blaspheme the prophet.  And now the defensive reaction of the Crusades is just the same as beheading innocents, burning co-religionists, and using power tools to torture children and infants:

Humanity has been grappling with these questions throughout human history. Unless we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place.Remember that during the Crusades and Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ.  And our home country, slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ.”

Please.  Slavery hasn’t existed in this country for 150 years, while it is still practiced all over the ummah.  In fact, tens of thousands of Christians in the Mideast and Africa have been lost to the slave markets – likely forever – in just the past year.  What a crock.

And it’s been how many centuries since there was a Crusade or an Inquisition, both of which are completely misrepresented in the popular culture?  Deaths related to the Inquisition were exceedingly rare.  One major attack by Boko Haram exceeds the deaths incurred by the entire history of the Inquisition.

As for the Crusades, the Holy Land was Christian for nearly 700 years before being overrun by islam.  After centuries of depredations, including constant attacks on unarmed Christian pilgrims (many of which wound up being – guess what! – slaves in some muslim hellhole), the Christians finally responded and engaged in a campaign lands that were historically Christian.  Many later Crusades were direct responses to further muslim aggression.

And this comes at the NATIONAL PRAYER BREAKFAST!  This is a Christian gathering, traditionally.  So this was really rubbing Christian’s nose in it.

This is not to say that there has been tragic violence in the name of religion, even Christianity.  But many occurrences of such were often much more justifiable than Obama would dare credit, and the examples he chose were exceedingly poor ones.

As his presidency draws to a pathetic close, is fantasy candidate Obama drawing closer and closer to revealing his true religious affiliation?  It would certainly explain a very great deal.

Comments

1. cenlacatholic - February 5, 2015

Who would expect anything else?

2. TG - February 5, 2015
3. Baseballmom - February 5, 2015

Heard about that this morning… A real teachable moment for Catholics regarding the Crusades and the Inquisition. Certainly Mr. Obama is a Muslim, doesn’t everyone know that?

4. c matt - February 5, 2015

Obama is an Obamist. January 2017 can’t come soon enough.

5. Theresa - February 6, 2015

Obama received a good catholic education in Chicago under the Alinsky Catholic Church……what can we expect? Yes 2017 can’t come soon enough…though I fear it’ll be just another puppet, it’s very clear that this is pretty much a done deal, until Our Lady intervenes.

6. TLM - February 6, 2015

His arrogant hypocrisy never fails to astound me. Christians need to ‘get off their high horse’? A perfect example of the pot calling the kettle black. This man knows NOTHING about true Christianity, unfortunately. But, I guess, what does one expect from a man that ‘cut his teeth’ on Rev. Wright’s version of Christianity.

7. More reasons why Obama’s comparison of islam to medieval Christianity was ludicrous | A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics - February 9, 2015

[…] When I briefly rebutted the muslim in chief’s conflation of Christianity with islam last week, I knew I was leaving out some important points.  The Crusades have been vilified as part of a deliberate strategy going back to the endarkenment, part of a broader process of painting the entire Middle Ages – and thus the Church – as a period of benighted ignorance, violence, and Catholic-fueled superstition.  To a very great degree, that vilification has succeeded: the Crusades are generally presented, and accepted, as being a very dark time when evil Christians attacked peaceful muslims for no other reason than to spread the Faith by the sword.  But as I pointed out last week, and as Professor Thomas Madden elaborates below, the Crusades were always a defensive reaction against a grave threat to the Faith, and were only called after decades (in the case of Albigensianism) or even centuries of attacks and provocations. […]


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